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Yelena Utenkova

35 contributions found for Russian Life and/or Chtenia.

Dishes to wow the women

Russian Life: March 1998
Two dishes that are great for celebrating women's day (with the men cooking!): Beef with prunes and Pork with prune sauce.
Author: Yelena Utenkova

A cure for all ills

Russian Life: February 1998
Sour cabbage is made in many countries. But nowhere is it consumed in the quantities it is in Russia.
Author: Yelena Utenkova
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Tipping for Tea

Russian Life: February 1998
The tricky art of tipping in Russia today.
Author: Yelena Utenkova
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A salad for all tastes

Russian Life: Dec/Jan 1998
Vinaigrette is the one Russian salad for which there is no definite recipe...
Author: Yelena Utenkova

Potatoes in uniform

Russian Life: November 1997
Try this interesting Russian variation next time you want to make baked potatoes.
Author: Yelena Utenkova

Tsar Pea and Other Russian Tales

Russian Life: October 1997
A thick, warm soup for winter: pea soup recipe.
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Political Jam

Russian Life: September 1997
Apple Povidlo is made from crushed, not whole fruit, which is what makes it povidlo, not jam. In the Soviet era, "zhem", a foreign word, was un-p.c. and povidlo had its day.
Author: Yelena Utenkova

A taste of honey

Russian Life: August 1997
Myedovukha is a fermented honey drink that is great for quenching your thirst in the heat of August.
Author: Yelena Utenkova

A soup for real men

Russian Life: July 1997
Ukha -- fresh fish soup, is popular across Russia. Here's the recipe!
Author: Yelena Utenkova

Fighting Mankind's Worst Enemy

Russian Life: July 1997
From the "Great Fire" of 1812 to the present day, Moscow has been plagued by fires that have decimated the city and its cultural heritage. We look at the history of the men fighting Russia's fires.
Author: Yelena Utenkova